The 14-year-old, joined by famed lawyer Gloria Allred, claimed that Kylie Jenner's boyfriend had sent her unwanted messages online.
O' Malia alleged that Tyga, 26, contacted her first on Instagram.
"I knew who he was but I was surprised that he was contacting me.
"I thought that was strange, but I was thinking he would bring that up in his next message to me.
However, he didn't mention it in the next message."O' Malia alleged that she became "uncomfortable" when Tyga wanted to speak on Face Time.
"He asked me to Face Time three times, but I did not do it," she continued.
"Because of my discomfort with why he wanted to communicate with me I quickly stopped responding to him.
It's crazy how so much can come out of nothing."O' Malia decided to come forward after reports claimed that she was hooking up with the "Stimulated" entertainer, and that she came between Tyga and Jenner, 18.
"I don't want what happened to me to happen to any other young girl," she added.that the star did get in touch with O' Malia, but about a music opportunity.Tyga's team reportedly found out that O' Malia had a big online following and Tyga wanted to possibly work with her on a project via his record label, Last Kings Records.Relatively few Americans had personal experience with dating online when Pew Research Center first asked about it in 2005. adults who have never been married say they have ever used an online dating site or mobile dating app.Today, 15% of Americans say they have ever used an online dating site or mobile dating app – and one of the largest groups using online dating are Americans who have never been married. But it is not just never-married Millennials who are using online dating: 31% of never-married adults ages 35 and older have used an online dating site or mobile app, similar to the share (29%) of never-married 18- to 34-year-olds who have done so.Indeed, an increasing number of Americans of all ages have never tied the knot.